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wild animals in virginia. some residents in pentagon city found a beaver at their doorstep this morning. animal control has dealt with at least three roaming beavers today. the rain and floodwaters may have broken one of their dams. now you have the news edge. news is always on www.myfoxdc.com. >> fox 5 news isn't over. go to www.myfoxdc.com now for news, weather and entertainment updates. fox 5 news is washington's best news on air and online at www.myfoxdc.com brought to you by verizon 4g lte. about fighting for what's right and just. maryland's gay and lesbian families share the same values and they should share in the right to marry. i believe people of faith understand this isn't about any one religious belief. to make a lifelong commitment to the person you love. join me in supporting question 6. it's the right thing to do.
at york. and other roads affected are going to be gilroy and shilling road and beaver dam road for a complete list of the road closures go to abc to muse -- abc2news.com and there are free shuttles bringing you to the main race tent. that will be on the website. use the light rain to avoidcongestion. we have problems on the road. a crash at 95 along the northbound lanes at route 175 in jessup. if you are using 695, this is what it looks like on the west side of baltimore national pike. everything moving right along again the road really going to be wet. so be extra careful as you head out. this is what the beltway looks like at parkville at harford road. no problems towards towson. that's traffic megan and charley over to you. >>> five things to know as you head out the door. lawyers for jerry sandusky has filed an appeal in the sexual assault convention. the former penn state assistant football coach claims his lawyers didn't have enough time to prepare and the statute of limitation for some of the charges expired. tonight on 20/20 victim number one talks about the struggling
back your rights. it's going to be leave to beaver again. that was kind of cute for the time. but as, usually happens in a campaign, bill, the totality of what is happening to the country, what's happening in our lives, our pocketbooks, what's happening even in an issue like benghazi, even though people might not be following every bit of evidence or detail in stories like that. i think it all tends to paint a picture. and i think women do care and are reassured by a candidate, whether it be a man or a woman, who has experience and has a plan. also indicates that, look, i'm not going to go start a war in syria. that's not my goal. and i think that's part of what you saw mitt romney do in this last debate. he played it kind of safe. i think a lot of women actually like that. >> bill: all right. so you would -- discussing earlier this week it may have worked. governor's cautious approach to the third debate may have worked. we have seen the women go over there to him. are you going to sit there in washington, d.c., laura ingraham. are you going to sit there and tell me if mitt romney i
lithographs inside and lined with beaver fur. really special. >> let's move on to the print shop. >> ok. the core of what we do is making things. this is an example. this is a print project that will be a fund-raiser for the contemporary music players. we decided to put it in the portfolio so you could either frame at or have it on your bookshelf. >> so nonprofits can come to you, not just visual are nonprofits, but just nonprofits can come to you, and you will produce prints for them to sell, and the profits, they can keep. >> the return on investment is usually four times to 10 times the amount of investment. this is for the bio reserve in mexico, and this is one of the artists we represent. >> you also make prints for the artists that you represent. over here are some large prints by a phenomenal artist. >> he writes these beautiful things. anyone who has told you paradise is a book of rules is -- has only appeared through the windows. this is from all over coffee. we are contract printers for all kinds of organizations all across the country. >> thank you very much for showing us ar
. eric beaver says doing that will help with the city's problems and the councilmembers and charities are arguing that a lot of people on fixed incomes also use the soup kitchens. >> and wounded warriors are running for a cause today in virginia. the run with the warriors race raises money to help renovate apartments and housing for injured veterans and the group says it takes over $500,000 to fix up each unit. and the next story is truly one about man's best friend. a remarkable story indeed. a dog escapes his home in new york and travels get this more than two miles to visit his owner in the hospital. and the owner was hospitalized with a skin condition last week and his wife says zander, sulked and cried from the moment the husband left and zander had to cross a four lean road just to get to the hospital. and the one and only vice-presidential debate is closing in on us so we have been asking you to think about who will take the night's top honor, patty says, paul ryan will win the debate. he's strong and has people paying attention, and he's much better to look at. >> carol adds,
in the country. that is pleasanton product seanmanion with the pass to marcus wheaton in the beaver's win over washington state. oregon state is 4-0, 3-0 in the california. a couple of top-tens in sec. florida hosting lsu. lsu has not lost many games in recent years, but the fourth- ranked tires went down 14-6. florida unbeaten in five games. >>> another couple of sec heavyweights battling it out in columbia, south carolina. steve spurrier's gamecocks hosting georgia. a fake here and sanders is on the way to a 70-yard touchdown run. south carolina wins 35-7 and is now 6-0 overall. 4-0 in california play. >>> a shoot-out in austin, texas between a couple of undefeated teams. geno smith threw four touchdowns. west virginia 5-0 after the 48- 45 win and texas falls to 4-1. >>> a big upset of the day involved 3rd ranked florida state. north carolina state's mike glennon find brian underwood for the score. the wolfpack hands the seminoles their first loss of year 17-16. >>> san josi earthquakes have known for sometime they were in the mls playoffs. tonight they clinched the title. wondolowski with a
and, of course, papa bear is downtown at work. "leave it to beaver" is a cool show, and father knows best means just that. so bring on the binders. we can actually hear mitt buzzing it in from the inner office. binders filled with women, whole binders of them. women we have never met, strange people from another planet that mitt romney apparently never visited. anyway, it's not that funny. romney would make abortion effectively a criminal act. if you believe the platform he's running on, the running mate he's chosen, the words he's spoken about outlawing abortion, the judges he wants to put on the supreme court. do you know what's cooking here? it's not daddy coming home early for supper. mr. job creator is coming over to boss you around just like he did to jim lehrer and tried to do to candy crowley. he's the big shot who wants to tell what you birth control coverage you can get at work and what you can do with your body. he's got plans for you, and you owe it to yourself to know them. with me is activist lilly ledbetter and jane walsh, whose new book is "what's the matter with whit
of the beaver at -- behavior at little bighorn and did he get involved in the inquiry afterwards? >> i don't think he got involved in that. i really have seen -- he kind of handed that over to others. he was pretty high up at that point. and he was in charge of a division, but the top of the department, but i've never seen anything on that. >> did he say the only good indian is a dead indian? >> close to that. now, they say that -- that was an old saying in the west, but he was of -- at a fort in oklahoma and was introduced to an indian chief, and he said, me so and so, me good indian, and sheridan looked at him and said, well, the only good indians i ever saw were dead ones. and it somehow ended up in the newspapers about the time when we the army was involved in this horrible attack in montana on the wrong indian village and wiped out, like, 150 indians, innocent indians. so, it really looked bad. >> many of the top generals on both sides were able to get some experience during the mexican war, '32-'33. where did his leadership ables come from? >> he was in oregon when they were trying t
in counties adjacent to pittsburgh like beaver and westmorland and washington and corrine and further to the east -- kim-shree and fayette. those counties have a propensity to vote republican, particularly in the elections. they are culturally conservative, pro-gun, pro-life, not particularly fond of gay- rights. then think of pennsylvania, draw a big t up the center of the state, fanned out across the new york border, not quite getting to erie or the northeastern part of the state, the big t -- that is the conservative area of the state. basically white, protestant, does not have a definable ethnic group in particular. once you get east of the susquehanna river, with the exception of a few counties, the demography changed sharply. let's get down to southeast -- philadelphia, heavily democratic -- democratic, but the suburban counties, and montgomery, chester, delaware, the swing townies. two of them now have a democratic edge, two of them have a republican registration edge. to win pennsylvania, you have to do very well in the swing townies and then move up a little bit -- counties a
the trail, you will see classic north american species, gray wolves, north american eagle, beavers and otters and the new species is common ravens that we are excited about. >> people are excited about it. >> reporter: what has been the reaction to the new american trail? >> nothing but positive feedback. a great visitor experience and a great opportunity to get up and close to our native species, animals from around north america that people are familiar with that maybe haven't had a chance to get to know. they come up and say hello to everyone. people love seeing a bald eagle, the national symbol. >> reporter: you a inspiring when you see -- awe-inspiring when you see that. you made it a great experience for the visitors. >> the natural experience where you feel like you are in the pacific northwest or in the forest, you are enclosed in the space. we have changed the pathways so it's easier to get around. there is a food stand to have lunch. a tide pool to get your feet wet and parents can take a break. we have done a lot to encourage people to stay and learn and have a good tim
language, as if, i don't know that this is -- i don't want to say "leave it the beaver" because that was a favorite growing up as a kid but in the world of cable news battles we see every day, where is this story line coming up that women who are watching last night would shriek and be afraid of them? i believe that's what they say, we can't take it or too emotional. where does this come from other than one woman expressed the thought. >> individual opinions may vary but talking about rudeness, look at mitt romney talked to candy crowly last night and dismissively treated her and didn't listen to her. >> she fought back. >> she absolutely did. yeah. it's absurd to suggest that women are meek and shrink back from this. there's politeness and then there's disrespectful. >> a double standard, too. everybody was saying joe biden's so aggressive, too much. now this week nobody's compla complaining about mitt romney. he was incredibly a bully last night. >> to your point two weeks prior, the president wasn't tough enough and now people saying he was too tough this time around and whic
at home and with the kids and, of course, papa bear is downtown at work. leave it to beaver is a cool show and father knows best means just that. so bring on the binders. we can actually hear mitt buzzing it in from the interoffice. binders filled with women, whole binders of them. women we have never met, strange
be in counties adjacent to pittsburgh like a beaver, westmoreland, further to the east. as of late, they have had a propensity to vote republican, particularly in big elections. pro gun,onservative, pro life, not fond of gay rights. if you draw a big "t" in the center of the state and fan out towards the new york border, not quite to hear your the northeastern part of the state -- not quite to erie, it's white, protestant, no definable ethnic group. once you go east of the susquehanna river, with the exception of a few counties, the demography changed sharply. let's go down to the southeast. philadelphia, heavily democratic. the four suburban counties are the swing counties. two of those counties now have a democratic registration and two of them are republican-ended. we have to do very well in those swing counties to carry pennsylvania then move up to the north, a lehigh valley, allentown, bethlehem. if you take the four suburban counties and the two lehigh valley counties, swing counties the whole way. if you win them in aggregate, you win the total vote and you will probably win the state of p
. >>> a california mayor is being criticized for plans to stop feeding the homeless. the mayor eric beaver says he wants to solve the homeless problem by getting rid of soup kitchens, something he was recorded saying earlier this week, and it has upset a lot of people. >> if we manage to put a soup kitchen out of business, that will go a long way towards addressing the nuisance we have. >> now, when i need some help, i'm told i'm trash? it's not a very kind thought. >> the soup kitchen says many of the people who come in are senior citizens on fixed incomes. the mayor probably won't get his wish. his term ends next month. >>> after a $4 million renovation, a hotel in am deer county is making a come back from the glory days in the 1850s. the old national hotel used to be empty until a local business owner decided to turn it into a classy 36 room boutique hotel, and fine dining restaurant. legendary characters like mark twain, black bart and john wayne were known to have presented the hotel -- frequented the hotel back in the day. >> we have people coming from the bay area, and southern california w
scouters. silver beavers. creme de la creme of the scouts. >> and what clark and others say parents can learn from this, see this in the files, the level of calculation, premeditation that goes on with all of these serial pedophiles, how they carefully constructed the opportunity for getting alone with the scouts. >> you hear about grooming in stories like this. paul, thank you so much for us from los angeles. >>> we have details in the alleged plot to blow up the federal reserve building with a 1,000-pound. the feds and the new york agents busted this 21-year-old bangladeshi man trying to denate what he thought was a bomb. police say the man who's in custody, he was in the u.s. on a student visa, came for a reason, to destroy america. maggie lake, i want do go straight to you for us in new york and walk me through this. who is this guy? how close to carrying this out? >> brooke, 21 years old, from bangladesh. came on a student visa back in january to study in missouri but did not -- he went a spring semester there. he was living in jamaica, queens. authorities say he came with the inte
trade which defines the beavers. i can have a few words for that. enduring, about devotee, confidence. i think it's important to know this generation. in many ways also the study in college and at the end of culture for most of them this early 1980's was the most liberal period in china's system was exposed and the ideas and they actually have the constitutional development in the foreign country in the u.k. and elsewhere in to chinese he reads english very well along. now that is a wonderful opportunity, and this also could be a problem because they would fail to understand. this is a generation because of their personal experience they don't want to be lectured. they would be more conducive to give more reasoning to talk to the corporations but use force to intimidate them acting very strongly. i hope what i said is important that if we use force coming use just a single-minded lecture with that knowledge of china and the difficult china experience we will react very, very strongly than the generation, the hu jintao generation. for i don't know if you've watched the interview. this is
and they would be an counties adjacent to his spurt like beaver and westmoreland and washington ingrained and further to the east, cambridge, fayette. those counties have a propensity to vote republican, particularly in big elections. they're culturally conservative. pro-gun, pro-life, not particularly fond of. if you think of pennsylvania and drive big t. at the center of the state and fan out across the new york border, not quite getting to the northeastern part of the state, just a big t. that's the conservative blue area of the state. it's basically white. as protestant, doesn't have a definable ethnic group particularly. once you get used to the susquehanna river, with the exception of a few counties, the demography changes sharply. let's go down to the southeast. philadelphia heavily democratic, but before suburban ring counties, they are the same counties. they have an average two typically to win pennsylvania, you have to do very well in those same counties and then moving up a little bit to the north you have the lehigh valley, allentown and lehigh county, bethlehem and northampt
ever read the constitution he claims to love so much. colleen beaver would like to ask the president when will you demand a complete audit of the federal reserve. susan pruitt says mr. obama, why did you waste the first two years of your presidency forcing obamacare down the throats of the american people when so many americans were struggling to put food on their table? we are open to your thoughts. post your response at facebook.com/c-span. join us for live coverage of the debate tonight. it starts at 7:00 eastern with our preview program. the town hall debate kicks off with questions from the audience and will last 90 minutes with opening and closing statements. we will go to representatives of both parties to get their take and we will take your phone calls, e-mail's and pleats and c-span radio and c-span.org. at 4:30 live coverage of the discussion on politics and education but before we get to that one of the most competitive races in the country for senator of north dakota. the candidates met in debate last night and earlier today we spoke with a reporter watching the race. >>
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